Hillary Morris AP, MSTOM


What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body. This practice is believed to help balance the flow of energy, or qi, in the body and promote healing.

Acupuncture has been shown to be beneficial in treating a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and digestive disorders. It is also often used as a complementary treatment alongside Western medicine.

A pair of hands placing acupuncture needles on someone’s back

Initial Consultation and Treatment

(Includes Herbal Consult if Needed)

$135 for 60mins | In-Person


$95 for 60mins | In-Person

Certification + Training

  • 1991: BA in Cultural Anthropology from Yale University
  • 1999: MSTOM from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
  • 2019: Certification in Constitutional Facial Acupuncture
  • 2023: Certificate in Integrative Somatic Parts Work
  • Reiki Level 1 and 2
  • EFT
  • Sound Healing
  • Spiritual Coaching


I believe the key to healing lies within us, and I respect the patient’s intuition. I believe emotional and physical health is our natural state, and it is my honor to help patients heal the parts of themselves that stand in the way of that innate balanced state.


My role is to serve as a guide to my patient’s healing, listening closely to each concern as a part of a bigger picture. Nothing is irrelevant: all issues help lead me to a better understanding of the patient as a whole and how to help them.

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Hillary received her undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology from Yale University in 1991. After a brief stint in investment banking, she went on to complete a four year Master’s program in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City. She received her Master’s in Traditional Oriental Medicine in 1999 and passed her boards in 2000. Courses of study included Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, Chinese medical massage and nutrition.

While she does not specialize in any one area of Chinese medicine, she sees many patients for pain, anxiety and insomnia. She has been practicing acupuncture for over two decades. Hillary moved to the Treasure Coast from NYC in 2009 and has  two boys (aged 20 and 17), three rescue dogs and two rambunctious cats in Stuart. Oh, and plants. Many, many plants.

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What clients are saying

“My experience receiving acupuncture from Hillary has been absolutely wonderful and has been very healing for me. She has the utmost professionalism conducting acupuncture. She is kind,caring and always concerned about my well-being. The atmosphere in her office is very calming and relaxing. I highly recommend Hillary for whatever health issues you may have.”

Patricia B.

“I was a bit skeptical and scared before my first visit because I wasn’t sure what to expect. After my initial consultation with Hillary, I felt completely at ease. Hillary was very kind and approachable. She is very knowledgeable in all things natural/holistic and truly has your best interest at heart. She is empathetic and goes above and beyond to make you feel at ease and comfortable during your treatment. The office and treatment areas are comfortably lit and cozy and the calming zen music relaxes you so much you almost forget you’re like a pincushion.

With large cushy recliners, pillows and blankets, you just might fall asleep. The needles are so thin you barely feel them. I call it my meditation hour because it’s the only place I have found that lets me truly unplug from the outside world. Once the treatment is over you feel so relaxed, like you just got the best 8 hours sleep of your life. The best part, it works!!! I’m happy to say that I am a regular now and although the office is a bit of a hike for me, (about 40-45 min) I wouldn’t go anywhere else. The personalized service and sincere caring is worth the drive. Hillary truly goes out of her way to do what she can to make you feel better. I love Stuart Acupuncture!”

Betty B.